Sacramento, CA (WorkersCompensation.com) - California lawmakers are working to approve a new law (AB1761) designed to protect hotel workers from assaults or other serious emergencies on the job by using a mobile panic button, among other safety measures.
The bill has passed through the Assembly Floor, with 48 yes votes, and 18 in disagreement.
According to Kerry Jacob, communications director for Assemblyman Al Muratsuchi, the bill stems from a similar ordinance passed in Seattle to protect ...
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